Some popular Armenian movies are "Lost and Found in Armenia," "Anahit," "Vodka Lemon," "Calendar" and "Poker AM," according to IMDb. "Hit the Road: India" and "Parajanov: The Last Spring" are two popular Armenian documentary films. "Lost and Found in Armenia" is the most popular Armenian film on IMDb as of 2015. The 2012 comedy, directed by Gor Kirakosian, receives a rating of 6.4 out of 10 stars.
"Vodka Lemon" stars Romen Avinian, Lala Sarkissian and Ivan Franek. The film won eight awards after its release. Director Hiner Saleem won the San Marco Prize at the Venice Film Festival, the One Future Prize at the Munich Film Festival, and the Grand Prize at the Mons International Festival of Love Films.
The 1993 comedy-drama "Calendar," directed by Atom Egoyan, earns 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes out of seven critic reviews. Egoyan also plays the lead role of a photographer separating from his wife.
"Anahit" is an animated adventure film for children, which earns 7.9 out of 10 stars on IMDb. Based on an Armenian children's tale of the same title written by Ghazaros Aghayan, the story revolves around a king who falls in love with a peasant who refuses to marry the king until he learns a crafting skill.
The award-winning documentary film "Parajanov: The Last Spring" earns 6.4 stars on IMDb. It won Best Documentary Film at the 1993 Nika Awards, the Golden Gate Award at the 1995 San Francisco International Film Festival, and the Golden Palm Award at 2003 Beverly Hills Film Festival.